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THE MICHIGAN DAILI

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D I Y O IA Pubivation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University.. Copy received until it:30'p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
Volume 3E SUNDAY. NOVEMIBER 24.1M22Numnber 55
To All Students:
The services of the campus guides will henceforth be available without
charge to anyone desiring to matte us 3 of them. Students wishing to have.
visitors shown the "points of interest may call the office of the Dean of Stu-
dents by phone or come in person to secure a guide.
J. A. BURSLEY.
,1rt E~xhibition:
Under the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Association there will be an
exhibition of the paintings of Nikolai Roerich, the Russian artist, in the
west gallery or Alumni Memorial Hal',' Nov. 5 to 26, inclusive, from 1:30'
to 5 n. iM. BRUCE M. DONALGDSON.
Notice to All Students Taking Physictl .Ed. Course 41-A :
All students enrolled in Course 41-A, having completed their work in*
Football this week will report to Coach Ray Fisher for Baseball Theory--
41-C at 4 o'clock Tuesday in Room 109 Tappan Hll.
FI LDIgG 11. YOST.
Faculty Twilight Recital:
The following program will be given in Hill Auditorium, Sunday at,
4:15. The public is requested to be seated promptly at the beginning as
the doors will be closed during the performance of numbers.
Andante Spianato and Polonaise, Epp. 22 (Chopin) Albert Lockwood;j
Laudes Atque Carniina (Stanley), 'Tis Morn (Geibel) The Troubadour;
(Walt) The Glee Club; The Lass with Delicate Air (Dr. Arne), Songs My
Mother Taught' Me (Dvorak), Lo? M-ere the Gentle Lark (Bishop) Grace
Johnson Konold; Oh Hail us ye Free (Ermani) (Verdi), The Heavens are
Declaring (Beethoven), Soldiers Chorus (Gounod) The Glee Club; Down in
the Forest (Rnald), Elegie (Massenet), A Birthday (Woodman) Mrs. Ko-
hold. HRE A. 4ANr . Re'Zr(Q rv..

Navy Fliers Daily Take Oiff, Land Again On Ship

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With One Filling Of
TeFountain Ten 'with the Little Red 'Pump-Handle
The Dunn-Pen, because it has no
rubber sac, holds several times
more ink than any rubber sac
self-filler of the same size.
You pump it. full with
the Little Red Pump-
Handle and it will
write for a month.
It cleans itself
as it fills. The Dunn-Pen never clogs or leaks.
It has only four major parts- *nothing
to get out of order.
Unlimited guarantee of absolute satisfaction
with each Dunn-Pen. 27 styles (hard rubber
and transparent Bakelite barrels), $2.75 and up.
A~e%~ar0. D. MORRILL
£~indDEALER.
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a~otaeeIo Nickels Arcade

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An. -' **~ ~',"~-).V. S. S. Langley, navy's new airplane carrier, launching and landing planes at sea.
Organ Twilight Recital: Launching and landing planes at sea in record time are daily occurences with navy fliers and the crew of
Earl V. Moore, University Organist, will give the following programn the U. S. S. Langley, the navy's new airplane carrier. The entire landing and launching deck can be cleared in
Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 29, at 4:15: + a moment. Even the smokestack rolls over on its side for clearance.
Sonata No. 1, A minor (Borowski) ; Elegy (Noble) ; Oriental Sketch,____________
No. 3 (Turkish) (Bird); The Curefw (Horsinan); . Festival Toccata
(Fletcher). CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary. L-"NOTICES PRO0F. WE-NLEY TO ADD)RESS If you lose your dog, a daily classi-
Today is the last day on which the I I'VNIOhi EAfxiNiLEERS TUESDAY I tied ad will find it for you.-Adv.

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WHERE THEY PLAY THIS WEEK

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Men's Edueationnl Club:
There will be a meeting of tho Men's Rducational Club on Monday,
Nov. 27,' from 7 to 8, in Room 302 Michigan Union. Important business
matters are to he brought -up and a social program is being arranged. It
is imperative that every member be present.
. L. 11. BEACH, Secretary.
Univhersity of Michigan Varsity Band:
Monday, Nov. 27, Rehearsal at Hill Auditorium, 6:30 p. m. No uniform.
WILFRED WILSON, Director.
Cre'' 1 ranCais:
T,_.will be a special meeting of I e Cerele Francais, Monday eve-
nig,. Nov. 27, at 7:30 Room 202 S. W. All regular mnembers -are urged to be
present.
ROBERT C. RUMSEY, President.
- ww_ - 4:14--Fnenly 'Twilight recital in hill1
auditorium.
[ A 1S GOING ON 5:(4 --Olen house for all students in
'Wesley hall.
____________________________,6:00-13aptist. guild social half hour In
IBaptist church parlors.
h'OTICE--Copy for this column should 6 C:00-Harris hull supper anid talk by
be subited by 6:30 o'clock o: D. L. Quirk.
the day before publication. 6:80-Student fireside chat at Con-:
gr:egational church.
SUNDAY 16:30--Wesleyan guild meets in Methm.
9 : 5-Professo r Tilley's Bile disceus-' odist church.
sion group at Harris hall. 6::W0J rof. GVIN D. Weiner. will give a
9:0-nieityMen's Bible class Series of Thanksgiving readings'
meets in upper rioom, Lane hall. atUiranchc..
9 :30---Congregational Students Bible j ul eotoa et
classes. 6:30--Thanksgiving Ineeting (. the
12 :0-Congregat iona.I olen forum. j Presbyterian Younig People's soci-
12:00--Methodist Students Bible class- etY,
es meet in Wesley hall. '7 :05-Trt~n wh team arrives fronc
12:01-P'rof. ,. 1). Henderson speak,.!Mnneapolisi at 11ichigan t'Qatral de-
at Presbyterian church. Poll.
12 :00-Baptist guild meets In the Bapt-
ist Cuild house. Rev. J. M. Barer, MfON1)AV
of Indlia; will spear. l I:60-_Delta S14ma 11ho Menaber setc
5:30-Social honj at Presbyterian i n, room +w06;. University ball.
church for the Young' Peoples, So- ( 7 :00-Men's Educational clab meets
ciety. . in"'room 302, Unioni.
3:04-.1-Hop comnmittee meets in roomf 7:30 -la t Cemree Frdnca Ise meet;, room
30;,. Union. 20 . South wit g.

paintings of Nicolas Roerich, noted ____
Russian artist, will be on exhibition I Pof R. M. Wenley, of the philoso-I
in the west gallery of Alumni Mem-phyeatntwilbteprcpl
crial hall. This collection has been
placed on disrlay under the auspic- speaker at the junior engineers smok-
es o theAnn rborArt ssoia e r which will be held at 7:30 o'clock
Lion. iTuesday night in the upper reading
ll oranizaiorns and class treasurers room of the Union. Wrestling and
boxing matches, and music are on the
that have notsigned up for spc program. Refreshments and smokes
in the 1923 Michiganensian have silb upid
just one day left to do so. Better, Tickets for the affair are on sale
call at Press building at once. 1b the members of the social commit-
tee of the class.,IR. W. Preston, '24E,
LEAGUE GETS 200 chairman.
NF. FLIFE MEMBERS{ Got a room to rent': A Daily classi-

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Monday, Nov. 27-Detroit
Tuesday, Nov. 28--Packard
Wednesday, Nov. 29-Cleveland
Club
--Alpha Chi Omega
---D. A. R. Ball, Saginaw

Thursday, Nov. 30--Jackson
City Club
--Dexter
--Detroit
--Packard
Friday, Dec. 1-Cadillac, Detroit
-Hermitage
--Alpha Kappa Kappa
-Westerner Club
Saturday, Dec. 2--Packard

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HATE YOU YOUR CONTRACTS FOR FUTURE PARTIEST
Don't delay in arranging for music as our books" are filling rapidly.
Have you heard our Wumm.' Piece ComblnationI
--featuring latest tunes in Symphonized Rhythmu.

HEPLER'S

McNeill house and Jordan house,
two of the University league houses
came out ahead in the membership1
drive which was waged here last week
by the Women's League. McNeill
house, one of the smaller residence
houses, had an average of 37 percent
of the total number' of i'esidents who
are life members in the League. Of
the houses in the larger group, Jor-
dan house came out on top, having fin-
ished with a 42 percent average.
During the drive which was wagedI
on a comp~etitive team system 200 new
life membership pledges to the League
were taken out.

Re~d ad will flnci a roomer.-Adv. ^

QUICK SERVICE

DR. W. S. MILLS
OSTEOPATHIC PHJYSICIAN
61 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
Office Hours Phone
9-12; 1:30-5 321-F1

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KENNEDY'S ORCHESTRAS
BOOKING OFFICES: 305 MAYNARD STREET
Phone 129-Ht

409 EAST JEFFERSON ST.

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Sunday Dinner
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SOUP
Cream of Asparagus
Celery

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Olives

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Roast Young Chicken
with Dressing
H~ubbard Squash
:Mashed Potatoes
Rolls
Salad
DESSERT
ilonve madle Apple or Cherry Pie
Vanilla Ice Cream
Tea Coffee Milk
12 to 2 P. 1. Price $1.00
Watch for onr Thanksgiving
Menu Tuesday andl Wednesday
Tables lReserved: -
WILLI"TS
:215 SOUTH! STATE STREET
Phone 173

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gasoline in any form

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Phone~t' 13
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provoking Christmas
problems with a doz-
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'TIME TO STEP

Get your Tickets tomorrow on' the Campus

OUT!

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Kirschbaum

poetter than any,.,other. gifts-
and at a lolver expense. they 'ii ,
convey your personal greetings.
'p'hone 60¢- W for appo ntment

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Tuesday Eve.,

Nov.. 28th

Tuxedos

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Here are Evening Clothes
which have the style, and
looks of the finest merchant

Featuring
The Varsity Band

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tailor's product.

Tailored

A Russian Dance
By Miss Hortense Hoad and Gordon Wier
The Banjo Quintette

Portraits
Quality

in fine unfinished worsted.
Linings of pure dye-warp
silk, full satin facing.

A Oane-Act Farce
"Burt" Hyde
And his Giant Marimbaphone

"Bud" Dieterle

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